May 23, 2000
Tampa Bay: May 23, 2000
South Pinellas County news
She saw man pummel tot, woman testifies
LARGO -- Walter Morris needed a little help to abuse a friend's 2-year-old child and punish the boy for a temper tantrum, his former fiancee said Monday.
Reclaimed water loses pressure
Peak demand and repairs are causing some who paid for unlimited water to get none at all.
Researcher gets $150,000 for manatee work
ST. PETERSBURG -- A research administrator at the Florida Marine Research Institute has been awarded a $150,000 grant for manatee conservation.
Tampa Bay headlines
Blaze doesn't scrap project
Bridge raised without warning
2 attorneys clash over tale of tapes
A senseless killing in a country of dreams
Three jailed in scheme to steal food from poor
Inches spared him Skyway's abyss
North Pinellas headlines
Battle lines forming in downtown debate
Stauffer ombudsman 'back in business'
Tarpon employee's visa troubles over
Largo school slashes suspension rate
Canopy carports could be banned
New deal on meals is a cool option
Revising development code will spawn more problems
Class of 2000
Campaign raises school attendance
Freak fish accident robs girl's voice
Post office pitches tent, salvages mail
Death called a possible homicide
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